Apex Legends lore lovers, because Respawn Entertainment is transforming the universe's story.
In a live-service game like Apex, it's difficult to properly release lore, but a new Lore Hub on the game's website should make things much easier for players to keep track of should they miss a storyline or withdraw from the game for a period of time.
Apex uses video drops, such as Stories from the Outlands, comic books, seasonal story drops, seasonal launch trailers, and more, to tell the game's story. Now, it's easier than ever to catch up or just relive a favorite moment.
Apex is now four years old, so there's a lot of information for players to learn. The tool is especially useful for newcomers who may not know what's going on in the game but want to experience it for themselves.
Apex's newest season, Revelry, has begun today and marks the game's fourth anniversary. While this season does not feature a new legend for the first time ever, there is a new weapon and a complete overhaul to the game's class system for players to enjoy.
Destiny 2, Fortnite, and other live-service games that tell a story through content drops, trailers, and other cutscenes may want to take note and create a one-stop-shop lore hub of their own.